Champagne and Metal Flowers: Who is Invited to the Wind Generation Party in France?

Abstract : Sustainability has gradually become fundamental to the regional planning and decision-making process of French local governments. Local authorities are supposed to incorporate sustainability into their mode of governance. They do it, formally, but, the very idea of sustainable development implies a breakdown of the systems of reference for public action, and of individual and collective practices. So combining sustainability with preexisting governance uses is all but evident, as it appears with wind power plant development. In the Champagne-Ardenne Region, local authorities are caught in the cross fire among developers, farmers, landowners, environmental activists, without any tool to help decision-making.
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Francois Mancebo, Céline Burger. Champagne and Metal Flowers: Who is Invited to the Wind Generation Party in France?. Lecture Notes in Energy, 2013, pp.217-230. ⟨10.1007/978-1-4471-5595-9_13⟩. ⟨hal-02017739⟩

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